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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1975, Syracuse, New York ers V to DIEGO This is perhaps the dream mile. The San Diego Indoor with a track noted for produc- ing fast distance has many fine athletes lined up but it's the 11-lap mile race that has captured the attention of the nation's track and field buffs. The favorite is likely to be Tanzania's front-running Fil- bert who won the 1974 Commonwealth Games meter run in which is roughly equivalent to a mile in under But a co-favorite is bound to be Rich the Sullivan Award winner. Wohlhuter set two world i records in 1974 and wasjmbeat- eru He hasn't lost a race in his last.27 outings and recently ran an indoor mile. John Walker of New who behind Bayi's on Arbi tra te SAN FRANCISCO Oakland A's third baseman Sal Bando dropped a bombshell in the midst of the salary arbitration hearings Friday when he withdrew from his H scheduled meeting next week and revealed he would test baseball's reserve clause if he cahpot reach a non-arbitrated contract with owner Charles 0. Kiniey. are not withdrawing to test the reserve s.t r e.s s e d Bando's attorney Wayne Hooper. want through because it might be demeaning to both sides. But the consequences were obvious. what this means is that Finley has two options. He can in and negotiate with or offer Sal a or a cut up to of 20 per said Will that make Sal a free a this primari- said that I've decided not to hassle with Mr. and will try to. settle peacefully. I want to reach a gentleman's agreement with Bando said if he could not repch terms with either be forced to sign for what he offers me or possibly go without a the League Players Association contends a team renew an unsigned player's contract for only one last week in the Los -Angeles Times is also in the race. And a longshot in the mile is another Rod fast- est two-miler of 1974. It was on this fast track just a year ago that Tony Waldrop set the world indoor record for the mile at and troubled with injuries and ill- ness also may enter this meet. The only sure no- show will be Marty the world's top miler this indoor season with a clocking last Friday. Bayi has been known for his wire-to-wire in which he runs to the front early and opens a huge gap. But after the Times meet he can't use those tactics indoors. The curves are too who stands 5-11 and weighs 175 said before last week's race that indoor running wasn't for too big to get around the he but still made a race of it for a lifetime in- door best. who has run just once concluded after run- ning third in last week that just can't sustain a full effort on the indoor tracks because the bends come up so not one of the three has ever run on a track this fast. It's a high-banked oval that was used by Jim Ryun and Belgium's Emiel Puttemans to set world records and Waldrop ran his fast race too. It's a proven fast track and all it needs is a fast pace. The experts are having. trouble this everyone looks good. f NAHL 't -'f- -f V 'ff I IT 15a SYRACUSE February Bulls Romp Led By Love Over the Hurdles Charles Foster of North Carolina Central University clears the hurdle in the 60-yard high hurdles event of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics track meet Friday night in N.C. He won with a meet-tying 6.9 which is just one-tenth of a second from the world record of 8.8. CHICAGO Bob Love ignited a 30-point third quarter with a 15-point outburst Friday night ans the Bulls went on to a 105-87 National Basketball Asso- ciation victory over Golden State. The triumph was the llth in the last 13 games for the Bulls and boosted them four games ahead of Detroit in the Midwest Division. Golden State's Rick Barry was held to six points in the first half and his three-basket effort in the first eight minutes of the third quarter was the only scoring to that point by Golden State. After grabbing a 55-51 half- time the Bulls moved to a 66-57 then Chicago reeled off 11 straight five by Chet to take a 77-57 lead. GOLDEN STATE WHkes 7 0-2 Barry 111-2 Ray 4 4-7 Beard 2 2-2 Mullins 1 1-2 Smith 4 0-2 Dudley 2 1-1 Bracey 1 1- 1 Dickey Kendrick 1 0-fl Z G. Johnson 0 2-2 2. Totals 37 13-23 87i CHICAGO Love 11 7-8 Walker 3 7-8 Thurmond 5 2-5 Sloan 2 0-0 Van Lier 6 5-8 M. Johnson 1 2-3 Guokas 2 0-0 Boerwlnkle 2 2-2 Wilson 1 0-0 Garrett 4 2-3 Block 0 4-4 4. Totals 37 31-41 105. Golden State 27 24 U 20 87 Chicago 34 21 30 20 105 Fouled Dudley. Total Golden State Chicago 28. f NBA W L SYRACUSE................... 34 IB Broome County.............. 26 Philadelphia................... 31 24 23 27 T 2 3 2 4 3 5 1 70 65 64 54 54 53 45 41 CapeCodders................. 25 Johnstown...................... 25 Mohawk Valley.............. 25 27 Long Island.................... 20 30 Maine............................ 20 36 Friday's Results Syracuse Long Island I Johnstown 6r Philadelphia OT Saturday's Gamei Mohawk Valley at Johnstown Broome County ot Maine Long Island at Philadelphia f AHL Mike Merriman scored 16 of his game-leading 22 points in the first half as he led Mar- cellus to a 67-55 over visiting Westhill in a key Onon- League Southern Confer- ence basketball game last night. The Marcellus com- bined with Skaneateles' 60-58 loss at left Marcellus and Westhill in a first-place with 10-4 in the Mohawk Division of the OHSL South. by losing its third consecutive fell a half-game behind the co- leaders with a 10-5 record. WESTHfLL Mc'well Greer Coholan Cam'na Sul'van Beagan Griffo Grohol Camken MARCELLUS Northern Division VV L Providence..................... 31 13 Nova Scotia.................... 31 16 Rochester...................... 29 17 23 New.Haven.................... 25 Southern Division Virginia......................... 20 23 Richmond...................... 22 27 19 27 U 22 SYRACUSE................... 13 31 Results Syracuse New Haven 3 Providence Hershey 1 Sprlngfioid Nova Scotia 3 Virginia 1 Gamti NewHa'von.at Richmond Providence at Springfield T Pts 11 73 7 69 6 66 10 56 9 49 8 F T 3 12 18 Trotter 1 0 2 7 3 17 Tress l 0 2 Mer'man 204 PollocK 0 4 Waters 2 2 Doyrdas 0 2 Boise 0 4 Pierik Wise Fisher 0 1 B F T 8 0 16 0 5 5 328 10 2 22 000 226 226 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 Onondaga Cen- tral upset on a deciding basket by Ulysses DeLee and Fabius- Pompey decisioned 68-59. The Cato-Meridian vs. Weedsport game was post- poned and will be played next Tuesday at Weedsport. Sim- the LaFayette vs. Port Byron contest put off until next at Port By- ron. Mareellus opened up a 3549 half time margin and was nev- er seriously threatened en route to beating Westhill for the second time this season. John Trotter chipped in with 16 markers for the while Greg McDowell led the Warriors with Frustrated Skaneateles pro- duced a desperation fourth-pe- riod rally to take a 58-55 lead with a minute to play. layups by Rich Bakowski and Garry Acchione put Solvay back on and Mike Ma- sica's free throw climaxed the pointmaking. Acchione paced the 7-7 Bearcats with 19 Joe DeLaney canned 22 for the slumping defending champion Lakers. who finished with 23 hit a 15-foot jumper with 35 seconds to giving OCS its third victory in 17 starts. Dave Gibides put in 20 points for the 7-7 J-E Eagles. John Miller and Paul Brown combined for 40 points to spark the Cayuga Division Fabius- Pompey Falcons safely past Tully. The winners wound up a 15-2 title while Tully is now 6-10 with a game remain- ing against Port Byron. JV Westhill Mar- eellus Solvay Skaneat- eles J-E OCS Tuily Fabius-Pompey 59. cellus had beaten in a game played earlier this 40 16 .714 36 21 .632 27 25 33.431 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. Boston 4 Buffalo New York Philadelphia Central Division Washington 39 16 .709 Cleveland 29 26 .509 Houston 29 29 Atlanta 23 36.390 New Orleans 9 45 .167 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwtst Division Chicago 34 Kansas City-Omaha 31 27 .534 Detroit 32 Milwaukee 27 28 .491 Pacific Division Golden State 32 24 -Seattle 26 30.464 Phoenix 24 29 Portland 23 32 Los Angeles 20 34 Late games not included Friday's Games Kansas City-Omaha Buffalo 112 Philadelphia Detroit 101 4 Chicago 105. Golden State 87 New Orleans Houston 112 Milwaukee Cleveland 105 Boston Phoenix 106 Atlanta at Los Angeles Portland at Seattle GB 12V'a 16 11 11 to IB 4 4 FAB-POAAPEY Total Westhill 19 17 55 Total o 000 000 27 13 67 7 19 34 55 12 35 46 67 Miller Virgil Jensen Haswell Olcott Brown Burbidge Sipflo B 8 3 00 30 30 5 2 9 3 02 00 TULLY T 19 -McNerney 0 Knapp 6 Howe B F T 5 3 U 4 1 9 2 1 5 Braves Beaten Sports at a Glance By KC-Omaha fl HMh_ V f 6 Cummings 8 2 18 Tofals 12 Hill 21 Banner 2 0 1 0 2 29 W 6B Totals 5 0 10 204 10 50 6 7 50 45 10 38 10 36 J-E Gibides North Redmond O'Hara Benedict Hart Mott Total J-E... OCS. ocs B F T 7 6 20 Daniels 0 2 DeLoc 1 17 McKec 0 4 Rie'dt 0 16 Patrick 0 2 Duncan 0 2 Etz v.Camp Sch'der Wh'head 7 63 Total 14 16 1 8 2 8 1 1 B F T J 2 10 10 3 23 0 2 000 000 .248 000 5 4 14 2 1 5 1 0 2 25 14 64 36 51 63 35 49 64 Tully............ 26 1 59 22 34 51 68 12 34 45 59 SKANEATELES 8 F T DeLaney 9 4 22 044 204 408 9 0 18 SOLVAY Evans Schcll Sheehan Squires Van'vccr 1 0 2 Totals 25 8 58 Solvay...................... Ba'ski LaManna Acchione Masica G'rich lacuone Brostek Totals 15 26 44 58 13 34 51 60 B F T 6 2 14 8 0 16 8 3 19 1 3 5 306 000 000 26 8 60 .L t l l l v l tfl II l v i I LI I K 4 I VV.1 v UCLA Meyers and j vMnAV.uk wtt UHYra irlCTCTSf 13 lire tte UCLA fcnketfell Ms 0rl team. Site's i 21 prints a game. She and her big ferotfter grew piayiftg basketball in a family it Evonne Weary CHICAGO Evonne Goolagong's first serve in the current women's pro tennis tourney here was an ace and the graceful Australian lass then battled her way sue- c e s s f u 11 but through her first two matches. But the former Wim- bledon returning from a month's layoff caused by a wrist injury in New Zea- land was on the sidelines. totally said a weary Miss Goolagong after being upset Thursday by quarter-final opponent Wendy Overton. Teamed with Peggy Evonne also was eliminated from doubles play the same evening in three sets by Nancy Richey Gunter and Sue Stap. a month away from the I really couldn't ex- pect to be said Miss second seeded be- hind Chris Evert in the tourney which closes Saturday at the International Amphitheatre. the match play I got here will help me come back. I pttited some ligaments in my wrist in New and it was annoying. The injury was not as serious as it was made out to but if I had kept playing it would have gotten huffed past Patti M in her opening match but it was a grueling three-set decision over Fran- coise Durr iate Wednesday nigftt which apparently over- taxed Miss Goolafonf's come- back attempt. Miss Overto sensed Evonne's weariness at the outset of their quarterfinal match. said to myself she's really Overton commented after wip- ing out Evonne in two sets. admire her more than any oth- er pteyer because ste moves so gracetefit. I NEW YORK A feder- al judge refused on Friday to dismiss a suit seeking to block a merger between the National and American Basketball Asso- He also said there were apparent antitrust vipla- tions in some player restric- tions in the two leagues. is difficult for me to con- ceive of any theory or set of circumstances pursuant to which the college black- boycotts and refusals to deal could be saved from Sher- man Act U.S. Dist. Court Judge Robert L. Carter wrote in a 70-page opin- ion. Ohio The American Bowling Congress tournament starts a 79-day run here Saturday. The meet will run through May 4 and be fol- lowed by a week-long spectacu- lar staged by the National Bowling Council. A last-ditch drive by officials of the Dayton Bowling Associ- ation brought the total number of teams to f Bowling v ft MENSLEAGUES Our Lady of Ntckerson Ludden Faculty Butler's 3002. Holy Name A-Stan Stark Dick DiNicola Si Margaret's St. cent's No. 2 n05-3046. Luncheon Club-Charlie Thompson Bud Naylor Kiwanis Blues Op- timist Tomahawks General Electric Semiconductor Reno Rudari Vince Loparco Rotators Gutter Jumpers 2538. Robert Badowskl Memorial Bill Hitchcock Mac's Sunoco La- w Recreation 3075. owski Park West No. 21054-3027. Pat Bombard Handicap Skip Lathrop Tony Biteffo Ccli No. 2 Vi- cari 3052. Thunderbird Kellers Mike Morlarty Rich Cockroach Five Empfre Commercial CbucK Jackion Ray's LiqOOr 10W-3175. Valley Syburban Emit Warzofc Jack Barnes Hafter insurance TORONTO East German track star Annelie Ehrhardt made her North American debut an impressive one Friday night by twice beating the world indoor record for the women's 50-yard hurdles at the Toronto Star-Maple Leaf Games. Miss a 1972 Olympic gold medalist who is unbeaten in the hurdles in four shaved one-tenth of a second off the world record of 6.4 to win the first heat. She then lowered her time by another tenth of a second in the final heat to win the hurdles event in a new world record time of 6.2 seconds. Minn. The bargaining agent for Dick former Chicago Bears wide said Friday that after Los Angeles Rams officials thought they could work out a 1972 deal for his client none of the other 25 National Football League teams was notified. The Charles said Don Klosterman of the Rams told him on Oct. think we can work out the Dick Gordon but it will cost us a No. 1 draft Fla. The World Football League soon will announce the death of the Florida says player representative Mike McBath. McBath said he was told ear- lier this week that WFL Presi- dent Chris Hemmeter had bro- ken off negotiations with Or- lando motel owner David Wil- the current holder of the Blazer after failing three times to get an appoint- ment with the reclusive million- aire. N.Y. Guards Jimmy Walker 'and Nate Archibald combined for 62 points Friday to lead the Kansas City-Omaha Kings to a 132-112 National Basketball Association victory over the Buffalo Braves. Walker scored a team high 32 points in the second half and Archibald chipped in 30 18 after intermission passed off for 16 baskets as the Kings continued their strong bid for a play-off berth. Reserve Ron Behagen added 18 Larry McNeill 17 and Scott Wedman 13 as broke the game open late in the third quarter. The Kings' eighth win in their last nine games pushed KC-Omaha into second place in the Midwest one percentage point ahead of losing Detroit. The in front 59-54 at the used Archibald's 10 points and six apiece by McNeill and Behagen for a 37-point third quarter that put them ahead 96-80. Bob the NBA's leading led alt scorers with while Randy Smith had Kim McMillian Jack Marin Ken Charles 12 and Gar Heard 10 for the Braves. Ernie DiGregorio made his first start since suffering a left knee injury Oct. 29 and scored two'points and had six assists. DiGregorio has played eight games since returning to action Jan. 24. KANSAS CITY-OMAHA WMhnan 4 54 7 1-4 La- cey 4 M Archibald 11 M Walker 13 6-7 4 0-fl Btnaocn 9 04 O'Antoni 3 0-0 Adelman 0 0-0 0. Totals 55 22-25. McMiUitn A 3-4 4 2-2 12 U-H Smltn 6 6-7 DIGr- eoone i j Mario j 3 Wisniftgtofl 1 0-0 1 2 M 4. Totals 40 39-37. 31 tt-132 27 27 M tt-113 None. Total Kansas City-Omiha Buffalo 27. KC-Omtnt Lacey. Eastwood Ed Jar'mac A. Kline All Star Sports 3075. Fremont Bob Valentine Sam Fanizzi Gary Fanizzi Bill Aragonf Larry Adams Bowl- ing and Trophy Center 1062-2919. Eastwood Maior Ange La- Rysso Pete Royo Dick saiiba Butler's Market 1072-3032. Carrier Cobfer jr. Paul Wojickowskf Rat-rich Seals Eastern 3045. Syracuse Works fcftcreatfon Club Ray Michel Joe Ciszewski Patrol J0ZZ CINCINNATI Three including veteran Tom WfTt signed 1975 contracts with With Road Win the Cincinnati Reds Friday. a left-hander was 3-1 as a reliever last season. Others signing were rookie right-hand- ers Tom Hume and Larry Payne. Mid City RaJcft Marino Ron Kel- Ty Larry Rafferty Carmen's Res- taurant 1143-3220. Pastime Classic KMTel Bift Oomres ArtJy Metf- powitz Jr. Bob Sterzer's Roofirrg 1037-27S6. YfOWEfIS LEAGUES W. Vsrv RICHFIELD. Ohio Marty who came within a second of the world indoor mile record in his last heads a strong mile run field for the annual Knifchls of ColmnbHs meet at the Midwest Coliseum Saturday night. representing the New York Athletic began tuning ap for his anticipated rematch with Filbert Ravi with a mile at Philadelphia test HOUSTON Louie Nelson 2S points and fueled a second-quarter New Orleans surge to lead the Jazz to a 124-112 National basketball Association victory over the Houston Rockedts Friday night. The victory was only the sec- ond on the road for New Or- leans his season. ft M Stanworth 5 J-2 2 M 7 l-il Ffetson WTfisms 7 M Counts 3 3-5 Fryer frl JHttm i u noustow nm l 3-1 6 4-4 f J M f M 5 3-3 ftttjy 1 5-5 Aaft 5 2-5 5 3-S 1 J-2 4 33 II 31 W-TW W J5 51 Tj'if who finished with 23 left the game midway in the final quarter while the War- riors trailed 91-79. Love scored 29 to top Chicago. Nate Thur- mond's 23 three blocked shots and three steals squelched Golden State's of- fense. Kareem Sparks Bucks9 Victory MILWAUKEE The Milwaukee Bucks built an 18- point second-quarter lead and rode 32 points by Kareem Ab- dul-Jabbar to a 112-105 victory over Cleveland Friday snapping the Cavaliers' five- game National Basketball Asso- ciation winning streak. Abdul-Jabbar and George Thompson poured in five points each as the dominating both broke to a 144 lead. They widened it to 44-26 midway in the second quarter behind 15 points by Abdul-Jab- bar and led 54-39 at halftime. They led by 18 again in the third period before Cleveland rallied behind Bobby Smith and Jim who finished with 25 and 24 respec- and rookie Campy Rus- sell. The Cavs closed the gap to 102-94 with to but two free throws by Bob Dandridge and a basket by Gary Brokaw regained momentum for the Bucks. CLEVELAND Brewer 4 Smith 12 1-2 Chones 5 0-0 Cleamons 10 4-4 Snyder 1 1-2 Foster 3 3-4 Russell 5 8-9 Patter- son 0 0-0 Witte 0 0-0 Walker 30-06. Totals 44 17-21. MILWAUKEE Dendrldge 9 6-6 Warner 4 2-2 Abdul-Jabbar 14 4-11 Brokaw 9 2-2 Thompson 4 3-4 M. Davis 3 3-4 Wes- ley 1 0-0 McGlocklin 1 0-0 Kuberski 0 2-2 2. Totals 45 22-31. Clevttand U 23 29 37-105 Milwaukee 27 27 28 30-112 Fouled Dandridge. Total Cleveland Milwaukee 24. Collins Star As 76ers Win PHILADELPHIA Doug Collins' 25 points includ- ing two key baskets in the last two minutes Friday night gave the Philadelphia TBers a 103-101 victory over the Detroit Pistons here. With this win the Sixers match their victory total of 25 scored by the final game last season. The win also was the first for the Sixers in four tries against Detroit this year. Late in the final Collins drove past John Mengelt and Billy Cunningham followed up with a another score. Howard Porter's 12-foot jump shot brought the Pistons back to 99-97 but then Collins hit a 23-foot jumper that offset Detroit's last ditch efforts. In addition to Carter was high for the Sixers with 24 points including 16 in the third and Cunningham had 21 11 rebounds and 12 assists. Detroit was led by Lanier with 27 and Dave Bing with 23 points and 15 assists. was the Pistons' third straight and seventh in eight games and sixth straight road defeat since their last road victory on Jan. 11 at Atlanta. DETROIT Rowe I 3-4 Porter 6 0-0 Lanier 13 1-1 Bing 9 5-6 I 4-4 Trapp 0 0- 0 Adams 0 0-0 Ford 0 0-0 Davis 0 Money 0 0-0 0. 44 13-15 101. PHILADELPHIA Tschogl 0 0-0 Cunningham 3-4 Ems 7 3-3 Carter 11 2-2 Collins 11 3-3 Lw 1 2-2 Smifh 3 0-0 Dorretf 0-0 Boyd 20-04. 45 13-14 103. DtfTtJt 27 31-111 If 24 34 M-101 Fouled none. Total Detroit Philadelphia 20. Celtics Rally To Down Suns PHOENIX John Hav- licek and Dave Cowens led a 36-point third-quarter blitz that carried the Boston Celtics past the Phoenix Suns 112406 in the National Basketball Association Friday night. Havlfcek had IS points in the quarter and Cowens chipped in with nine ihai broke open the game. Phoenix broke out to a 31-26 first-quarter lead and held a 56- 56 edg et half. Havlicek scored U of his 13 third-quarter points in just over five minutes of the period as the Celtics built what proved to be an insurmountable lead. Cowens led all scorers with 21 points and Havlicefc had 19. Dick Van Arsdale had 25 points and Charlie Scott 22 for the Sons. tosroif 9 3-3 Ntf son 3-3 Cow II M CJwwty 2-2 14. 1 Silas 3 Wwrptel 3 0 T4-JS 7 8 5 WetCntaffTn S t-3 72. Vft S-S Scoff 4-6 W.'Tiawi 1 ft-2 if nmm 33 ft H 4 ;

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